Miracles are common in everyday existence

Published 12:00 am Wednesday, April 14, 1999

L’Observateur / April 14, 1999

Many devout Catholics were undoubtedly disappointed by the results of scientific tests on a substance at Ascension of Our Lord Catholic Church which was thought to have miraculously transformed into human flesh.

Nevertheless, it is important for us all, Catholic and non-Catholics alike, to remember that miracles are daily happenings. Each person is a miracle.Each new day is a miracle. Miracles are a part of daily life and should notbe lost sight of.

We have miracles and blessings which make up a part of our daily existence. No computer can equal the diversity and ability of the humanbrain. No geneticist can create life in a test tube. No engineers can makethe planets move or send the right amount of energy from the sun to sustain life on our world.

We need to appreciate these and similar miracles every day and recognize and honor the source of those miraculous events, from each day’s dawn to a new baby’s smile.

Miracles, being commonplace, are often overlooked.


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